August 2014 Archways

Away they go!

In May, the Class of 2014 joined the ranks of Bryn Mawr alumnae around the nation and around the world. Read below to see where they’ve landed.

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NEW ENGLAND: Estella Barbosa, physics, Yale University; Elizabeth Biernat, Achievement First Bridgeport Academy Middle School; Ashleigh Davila, Boston University School of Education; Fatema Esaa, Match Corps; Emma Gulley, Harvard Graduate School of Education; Terry Huh, Tufts’s Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine; Madiha Irfan, Harvard Divinity School; Brenna Lash, Boston University Public Health; Sophie Mankins, Simmons College, Library Science; Miranda McDevitt, campus organizer, Trinity and UConn-Greater Hartford; Emily Mobus, University of Vermont School of Medicine.

CANADA: Ani Chen, University of Toronto.

OUT WEST: Daniele Arad-Neeman, U.C. Berkeley Law; Deanna Chang, eBay; Zoe Fox, U.C.L.A.; Yinxuan Li, University of Washington; Xinan Li, NetApp; Laura Wreschnig, University of Colorado at Boulder.

NEW YORK: Nkiruka Anizoba, Crossix Solutions; Shohini Bhattasali, Cornell University; Sarah Borjas, Success Academy Charter Schools; Faith Chung, Cornell Law; Nikki Ditto, Catholic Guardian Services; Euna Park, Columbia Journalism; Yiran Zhang, Columbia Public Health; Shuoying Yang, Columbia Applied Physics.

MIDWEST: Emelie Curl, Iowa State University; Mengyu Liu, University of Chicago; Wenyu Pan, Northwestern’s Feinberg School of Medicine; Taylor Stone, St. Louis University School of Law; Susu Zhang, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

SOUTH: Katherine Ciarlante, University of Central Florida; Arlene Munn, Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business.

BELIZE: Mary Fessler, community health advocate, Peace Corps.

MARYLAND/DC: Rebekah Keel, George Washington University; Janita Patwardhan, University of Maryland, Baltimore County; Ilyssa Yousem, Baltimore Teaching Residency.

PENNSYLVANIA/DELAWARE: Amanda Beardall and Caroline Parra, Philly Fellows; Sarah Bristow, Edinboro University; Grace Ewing, Penn Center for Women’s Behavioral Wellness; Tyler Garber and Emily Rosenblum, Teach for America; Ivy Gluck, Brandywine Global; Vanessa Gonzalez, Odessa Technologies; Ivy Gray-Klein, Penn Graduate School of Education Communications; Chaney Harter, Campus Philly; Yuxin Jiang, Pitt Law; Natalie Kato, Vanguard; Chunan Liu, J.P. Morgan; Alicia Makepeace, DuPont; Mary Miller, biostatistics, Drexel; Briana Morgan, Office of HIV Planning Philadelphia; Hyun Ju Nam, Penn Medicine research; Nawar Naseer, Penn research; Teresa Pula, Penn Urban Planning; Sara Tanner, Penn Social Policy and Practice; Maya Sachdeva, Arcadia Land Company; Amy Zhao, Vanguard.

GERMANY: Isabel Andrews and Emilee Finkelstein, Austrian-American Education Commission and Fulbright Commission.

SPAIN: Rebecca Payne-Passmore, Franklin Teach and Learn Program, Universidad de Alcalá-Instituto.

JAPAN: Elizabeth Rock and Rabia Shahab, Japanese Exchange and Teaching Program; Erin Wilder, Goldman Sachs.

HONG KONG: Hiu Ching Yeung, Swire Pacific.

SAMOA: Faith Westdorp, English teacher, Peace Corps.

 

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